Throughout its long history, Nokia Corporation has played a substantial role in the Finnish economy and during recent years in the global economy. Its operations have expanded from pulp to paper to energy production, from rubber boots to car tyres, and from electric cables to computers, telephone exchanges and mobile phones. The company has evolved and expanded so quickly that even those who have lived through its development have sometimes had difficulty seeing the big picture. One question more than any other stands out in the Nokia story: what explains the company's ernormous rise to become one of the world's biggest companies in the 1990s? It is the first Finnish company with a name commonly known all over the world, so how did a Finnish company become a world-class enterprise? In January 1997, Nokia's Board of Directors decided to document the company's history and pivotal points of development to try and answer that question. "Nokia: the Inside Story "builds on that exercise, and aims to explain the choices and decisions that have steered Nokia's growth. Drawing on key sources including the minutes, memos and correspondence of Nokia Corp., plus interviews with many of the individuals involved and their personal archives, this honest, reliable account provides unique insight into Nokia's histrory.
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